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- You will be able to earn more using these new Photoshop skills.
- You will create multiple images for you to use in your Portfolio.
- You will be able to add 'Advanced Photoshop User' to your CV.
- You will create multiple social media graphics for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest & Youtube.
- You will know how to mask people with one click.
- You will create a fruit juice poster.
- You will replace ugly skies with new blue skies.
- You will create an image by combining 3 different images.
- You will create amazingly realistic shadows.
- You will build animations ready for social media.
- You will make blurry images - sharp & focused.
- You will master advanced curves & levels.
- You will retouch perfect skin.
- You will change colors of a flower & dress.
- You will make images larger without distorting them.
- You will automatically generate more grass & sky in an image.
- You will remove unwanted objects from a photograph
- You will edit video in Photoshop.
- You will bend text to fit into a heart shape.
- You will tread a vine through text.
- You will manipulate cartoon characters into lots of different positions.
- You will add color to images to create trendy new images styles.
- You will add dust & splatters to an image & text for a grunge effect.
- Create photographs with Instagram effects.
- You will create a double exposure using a woman & a mountain scape.
- You will transform 3 images into realistic water color images.
- Build 2 images that look like they have a pixel explosion & decaying effect.
- You will create a flyer using new & exciting fonts.
- You will discover unknown fonts from your images using Photoshop
- You will create flourished text so your text looks elegant.
- You will build multiple advertising banners.
- You will create professional retouching projects.
- You will remove a nose ring from a model.
- You will remove acne from a model.
- Enhance eyes in your photographs.
- Whiten teeth
- Remove unwanted lights from a photograph
- Completely remove people & objects from 6 images.
- Remove bags from underneath eyes.
- Enlarge eyes.
- Add a smile to a model.
- You will add depth to static photographs by animating using parallax so they feel like a real 3D movie.
- Create repeating looping videos for social media using cinemagraphs in Photoshop
- Create 3D text of your name.
- Build a 3D logo.
- Build mockups of your images in real life situations like on: computer screens, posters on walls, in magazines, billboards, mobile phones.
- You'll learn the best selection and masking techniques
- You'll know how to fix images that look 'hard to fix'
- You'll master advanced levels and curves tricks, specifically with skin, adjusting and enhancing colors
- You'll learn how to enlarge images without distortion and what to do when things go wrong
- You'll know how to convincingly remove all kinds of objects from images
- My favourite: You'll master the ability to distort, bend and reshape images
- Lets look at how current trending styles are super easy to duplicate
- You will become a type nerd. We'll use font pairing in Typekit. We'll also use Photoshop's ability to guess fonts
- Your Artboard skills will be mastered
- A master of retouching, you will become!
- We'll also create awesome cinemagraphs, AKA: Moving pictures!
- You'll learn lots about professional, reusable mockups, techniques and shortcuts!
- Any version of Adobe Photoshop, preferably the CC (Creative Cloud) version.
- Basic knowledge of Photoshop is required. I recommend watching my Photoshop Essentials course before this course.
- If you already know how to use layers & make simple selections then you are perfect for this course.
Are you already good at Photoshop? Do you know there is more that you aren't using? This course will take to you the top level of Photoshop.
Hi there, my name is Dan and I am an Adobe Certified Instructor for Photoshop - this is the Advanced Photoshop course.
This course is not for people new to Photoshop. This is for people who already know the fundamentals. It is for people who have their own ways of doing things but believe there really is a better, faster way to work.
Cindy: "This is an amazing class with so many techniques to learn. The instructor is the best of best on my list and I have taken over 50 classes on Udemy! Thank you Mr. Scott - this class really raises my confidence level!!!!"
We will start by learning the best selection techniques available. I promise, by the end of the first section what took you 30mins to mask will now take you 30 seconds. You'll learn the very best Photoshop retouching skills as well as how to master Photoshop for graphic design.
We will correct 'hard to fix' images and learn what to do with blurry images. We will master Advanced Levels & Curves tricks and will work specifically with skin, adjusting and enhancing colours.
You will learn how to enlarge images without distorting them and also, what to do when things go wrong.
Aurelien: "I feel I should elaborate a tiny bit on my 5 star rating for people still hesitating! This is hands down the best Training Course on Photoshop. I've always felt scared of learning and using Photoshop. Tried million times, failed just as much (but maybe blindly following some shady specific tutorials on YouTube was not the best method). But then I came across Daniel's courses on Udemy. Natural, fun and intuitive are the keywords that first come to mind to describe his teaching method. The exercises are perfect, not too challenging (well it depends) but not simple either. Amazing. He shows the love for the product and the art and most of all doesn't just scratch the surface. You'll learn how to use Photoshop as a great tool to express your art, no matter what kind of artist you are. As an aspiring and self-taught graphic designer wanting to take the leap and become a professional, I've felt the need to get proper training for the tools I wish to use along my dream career, and Daniel's teachings really motivate me to challenge myself and go forward! Daniel, thank you so much! Huge high five from my little town of France."
We will learn how to convincingly remove all kinds of objects from images. My personal favourite section will show you how to distort, bend & reshape images.
We will look at how current trending visual styles are easily created, duotones, glitches and orange/teal colour grading.
We get 'type nerdy' and use font pairing in Typekit. We will use Photoshop to identify the fonts used in an image and learn how to work with hidden glyphs & ligatures as well as variable & open type fonts.
You will master artboards while you are learning how to make easily updatable multiple sized social media & ad banner graphics.
There is a big section on advanced retouching techniques, advanced healing, advanced cloning & patching.
You will learn how to edit videos in Photoshop. We will also animate static images creating parallax videos plus the very cool cinemagraphs sometimes called 'living pictures' - great for social media.
Petra: "I love this course. I am in graphic design program at UC Berkeley ex. and I have learned more here than in their photoshop class."
You will learn to master 3D in photoshop. We will finish off the course with professional, reusable mockup techniques & shortcuts.
This course has a strong focus on workflow. We use real world, practical projects and show you the professional techniques and shortcuts which will save you hours using Photoshop. Throughout the course I have many class exercises for you to use in order to practice your skills.
Who am I?
As well as being an Officially Certified Expert by Adobe, I’m photoshop guru and user with 18 years Photoshop experience. I make tutorial videos directly for Adobe and will again this year be presenting a seminar on Photoshop at Adobe’s 20 thousand attendee strong Max Conference.
If you can’t remember the last time you sat down and went through the updates in Photoshop, let this course be your one stop professional development and upgrade path.
Even if you consider yourself a heavy user, I promise there will be things in here that will blow your Photoshop mind. Sign up now!
- Anyone that has a base knowledge in Photoshop
- Photographers, graphic designers, motion graphics artists, Illustrator users, and any creatives who want to an advanced understanding of Photoshop.
- Anyone that has completed my Photoshop Essentials Course
Hi there, my name is Dan. I'm an Adobe Certified Instructor for Photoshop, and this is your Photoshop Advanced course. Now this is an advanced course, so it's not for beginners in Photoshop. It is for people who already understand the fundamentals of Photoshop. You have your way of working, but you know that there is a better, faster, more efficient way of working. That thing that takes you half an hour to do, you know that there's probably a one-click solution. Now if that sounds familiar, this course is for you.
Hi there, welcome to the course. First thing, we just need to get a few things ready before we start the course. First is, downloading the exercise files. So there'll be a link on this page here, to click and download the files that we'll use in this course.
Hi everyone, it is time to get started. We're going to start with something called Select Subject. It is an amazing tool. If you've ever spent long hours masking out people, this might make you cry, but don't worry, it's new for Photoshop
Hi there, it is class project time. Don't think of it as homework, think of it as ways to practice what you just learned so that it sinks in there good. This project is to practice the Select Subject we learned in the last video.
Hi there, this video is going to take everything we've learnt with Color Range, and put it into a practical exercise. I felt like we needed this video because, learning Color Range in isolation is great, but often you'll run into issues when you're trying to combine it, with a bunch of other things.
All right, it is class project time. Don't think of it as boring homework. Think of it as exciting ways of testing your skills, because I promise you, following along with me step by step is good, but I've taught for a long time, and the people that take that little bit of extra time to kind of put it into practice with their own projects are the people that will remember it for a lot longer
Hi everyone, this is a weird video, where we watch a video together. We're going to sit down side by side and watch YouTube. Why am I forcing you to do this? You don't have to, skip along, but what I wanted to show you is kind of the future of Photoshop
This video is about changing some of your preferences to be a bit more helpful when you're using Photoshop. These are just my preferences, we're not going to cover them all. Just the ones that I feel are worth enough to spend some time changing. You'll have your own kind of quirks that you like.
Hi there, this video is all about Workflow Tips & Tricks. Now this whole section following is going to be a few videos on it. This particular video though is all the little bits and pieces that weren't big enough to have their own video. Just like lots of little handy things. Some of them we've covered a touch before maybe in the course, but let's put them all together here.
Hi there, this work flow video is going to be all about going fast with layers. We've grouped all the layer things together because for some strange reason this is my favorite video to teach people. Especially advanced people, I'm like, "Man, this is some cool work flow stuff." It's not super complex, it's complex enough, but let's imagine it's bigger.
Let's now look at adding our watermark to a big bunch of images, rather than just one at a time. So we're going to look at two features, one is called Batch, and one's called Image Processor. They're both great and bad, they both have their quirks; I'll show you both. They pretty much do the same job, but they've got a few extra settings that are worth both exploring.
Hey there, this video we're going to take a bunch of files that we've done. I've got all these kind of like screen shots, things that I really like, and I just want to kind of add them to a Photoshop file in one big go rather than copy and pasting them. So I'll show you the feature that just dumps them all into one Photoshop file.
Hi there, this video is full of random stuff, that's not going to help Photoshop, but I think you need to know if you're going to be advanced, you need to know how to make things like your Color Theme turn into Toast, how to make random bananas appear, how to change the background color to pink, and this one actually might be that useful.
Hi there, in this video we're going to look at enlarging images, way beyond where they should go. We all got jobs like that, somebody says, "Here's a tiny JPEG, I want you to make it into a billboard." So we'll go through the different ways of enlarging, and the kind of different effects, we'll even show you cool little shortcuts on how to kind of compare them all in three little windows. All kind of checking details, deciding which Enlargement Algorithm is going to work best for us. Let's jump in there now.
Hi there, in this video we are going to look at Advanced Levels. We're going to set white balances, we're going to adjust channels separately. We're going to look at cool little options that show us things like clipping, to make sure we don't destroy the image. We'll look at a couple of options, let's jump in there now. Before, after, let's get Level Advanced.
Hi there, this video is all about getting more out of curves. I'll show you some hidden features in the Auto section. I'll also show you how to actually work on the document, rather than over here in the Curves Panel. I've basically given away most of the tips in this video. There's a couple more, so hang around, let's get going.
Hi there, this video is all about Content Aware Extend. It's brilliant for things like this where I just need more grass, but it needs to be kind of random. I don't want to see any repeating patterns, or spend ages kind of Masking, or Clone Tool stamping.
Hi there, it is time for Content Aware Fill. My second most favorite tool in all of Photoshop, and it's a way to magic away rubbish, say goodbye to windmills, but I use it most for 'magic'ing up new sky that didn't exist before. We look at a couple of other handy ones, where there's text, it's fused to the background, goodbye. And those birds that we wrestled with in the last video. See you later, bye. It's quick, it's easy, let's learn how to do it now in Photoshop.
Hello friend, I'm setting you a challenge, it's a tough one. I want you to use the skills you learned in Content Aware Fill video, the previous one. And in your 05 Cropping Aligning Distorting folder, there's 'Class project 1', it's called 'Content Aware Fill A'. Thank You, Filip Punkins
Hi there, this video we're going to look at the weird and wonderful extras, when we're looking at the Crop Tool, like all these different kinds of Cropping Grids. We'll look at deleting pixels, how to get them back, how to straighten images. So that you know that the horizon line is perfectly straight. Plus a few other tips. Let's jump in there now.
All right, you've done a scan with your scanner. Old technology, when photographs only could be printed. Don't worry, it might be receipts. Anything that you've got a big group of, that you want to all crop and rotate into separate little groups. There's just one little button. I'll also show you how to remove the rounded corners that the 1980s loved so much.
Hi there, this video we're going to look at trimming out, say something like this, where there's a scan, there's all this kind of white area that I don't need, and just magically trimming it up right to the edge of the pixels, without messing around with the Crop Tool.
Hi there, in this video we're going to look at aligning images. Why am I doing it? In this case I photographed my desk, and I need the exposure level for my desk, so I can see all my weird sound boards that I use to help make the sound on this microphone nicer, but because of that exposure level I can't see anything on the screen. So I had to change my exposure so I can see the screen, but the background's too dark. What do I do?
Hi there, it is Puppet Warp time, where we're going to get the monster to dance, we're going to get him to scratch his belly, we'll distort text to fit other shapes. Then we'll take our new skills and we'll cut out this vine, we'll bend it around into a new shape, so that we can add a Background, add some Type, then get the type to interact with the vine. Thank you, Puppet Warp Tool, let's learn your magic.
Hi there, in this video we are going to add color where there was none. Easy tricks with Blending Modes. Same in here where this dress was actually kind of gray, and we needed to add color all the way through, to taking something that already was quite red, and just enhancing it by painting a color on top, and then finding an appropriate Color Mode. All right, let's learn how to do that now in Photoshop.
Hi there, in this video we're going to look at how to create the Duotone effect. It's quick, it's easy, but we'll go in a little bit deeper to have a bit more control about what gets covered in using shapes and circles. I'll show you some good places to find gradients in terms of colors. All right, let's jump in.
All right, it is class project time again. In your Exercise Files there's 06 Color, there's a class project folder. There's two images to work with, Duotone A and Duotone B. You can pick either of them, or both of them. And the rules are pretty easy, create the Duotone image, pick the colors any way you like, but I'd like there to be more than one shape used. We did the stripes in the last one, used circles, stars, zigzags. And make sure you share with me, either in the assignments here on this site, or with me on social media, so Twitter is danlovesadobe, or Instagram, is bringyourownlaptop.
Hi there, this video is all about the Glitch effect. We're going to take this image and kind of wiggle it around to look like it's distorting. Leave and add some kind of brush strokes to kind of make it look like all sorts of grungy matrix hacking stuff is going on. All right, let's jump into the tutorial.
Hi there, this video we're going to look at Color Grading. Specifically, this kind of like orange teal, and washing out the blacks a bit. Color grading is just a generic term used to describe changing the colors of an image. On purpose, for an effect. It might be to change the mood to imply a time or a place. Like a look-up table, we'll do a couple of versions. This one here, starts like this, ends like this. We'll do a third one that's just a little harder. Let's do it now in Photoshop.
Hi there, it is class project time. A nice easy one, if you've followed through in the last tutorial. You can just grab your levels and put them on to the two files that I've given you in 06 Color, under Class Project. There's Color Grading A and B. B are adjustments. I, in the tutorial previously, kind of probably went a bit extreme because I want to like express that effect. But to be clever about it, it's all about subtlety.
Hi here, this video is all about CC Libraries. Even if you're using them already, we're going to go through some more advanced tips and tricks. So hang around, just so you know CC libraries don't work on all licenses of Photoshop. You might have what's called a Machine License. That happens at Universities often, some larger companies, there's no personalization, don't want to give my email address.
Hi there, this video is all about Advanced Type. I'm going to show you how to get the most out of Typekit, how to find visually similar fonts, how to set favorites, how to use OpenType fonts, variable fonts. Starts off with a really cool helpful stuff, and eventually we get into the weirds, with the nerdy stuff, like Anti Aliasing and CSS of fonts. Plus hang around to the end, I save a cool thing called Font Pairing to the end, where we go through, we figure out how to match fonts. Headings and Body Copy, just to get ourselves out of our normal font matching. I'll see you there, all right, let's get started, it is a long one.
Hi there, this video we're going to look at adding graphics properly. I say properly so that when we need to update this we can update multiple Artboards all at once. We talk about work flow, getting a set up right, Doesn't take any longer, you just got to know what to do, let me show you how.
Hi there, this video is all about going through some Healing Brush, more advanced tips and tricks. You probably already know how to use it. I'm just going to show you what I do to make it go fast, and to give you some better results. Let's jump in.
Hi, it is class project time. In your 10 Retouching folder there's another folder called Class project. Inside there is Retouch 1; Thank you, Nino Ubazle. In your Class projects, these are the three tools I want you to use to practice. So the Healing Brush, but not the Spot Healing Brush. Use the manual one, be intentional. Get used to that, setting targets if you haven't done that before. Making sure it's on our own layer, so that the retouching goes through to the bottom layer.
Hi there, I want to put this design on this wall. We're going to use an underutilized tool in Photoshop, called Vanishing Point; look at that. Moves around the walls, Perspective is all pretty awesome. It's a little bit jumpy, but you can't beat it for Perspective Matching. Look at that. Let's learn how to do that now in Photoshop.
Hi there, this video is all about how to make really quick selections for skin. So in this case we just warmed up her skin a little bit, and this one here, we removed a bit of the red cast from her face. It's all about how to get this really quick skin selection using Adobe Photoshop.
Hi everyone, it's class project time. I'm going to set you loose on a project we started in a previous tutorial. It's the one we did with eyes. So, in your '10 Retouching', under 'Class Project', there's a file, and they're called 'Eyes C'. We did the eye, so hopefully you've done that. Don't worry if you haven't, but grab this file, and we're going to work on the teeth.